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And God Created Woodman (#6.14)

Author: ComedyFan2010 from Canada
3 June 2014

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Rebecca gets to host a party for Daniel T. Collier who is a chairman for a corporation. She is very excited and sees it as a way to succeed. But she takes Woody and Sam as her bartenders. Woody throwing trash into an antique vase causes Rebecca to break it by accident. When Daniel asks who did it Woody takes the blame but he is praised for his bravery and ends up being great pals with the chairman for the night.

A very funny episode. The whole party is pretty fun especially watching Woody and Daniel Collier fool around. The fact that next day Daniel Collier doesn't remember anything just ads to the whole fun. And the squeaky shoes make one laugh a lot as well.

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You've Got Grit

Author: Bolesroor from New York, NY USA
29 April 2011

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Woody takes the blame for Rebecca's mistake and winds up hobnobbing with a company CEO. Another great 80's yuppie nightmare: Rebecca- who would sell her very soul to be accepted in the corporate world- has to stand by and watch as a brain-dead farm boy becomes the company golden child. The episode is funny but features perhaps the single-worst establishing shot in series' history: the fuzzy still-frame of a Massachusetts brownstone that would be rejected as "too crude" by even the local cable station of the day.

This episode- directed by John Ratzenberger- would not be complete without the silly Season Six sight gag, and this time out it's Cliff's mail-order shoes that provide a roomful of squeaking barflies. This subplot is too broad, too cartoonish to be enjoyed, and it hurts an otherwise hilarious episode.


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